Popularity of Ceanothus crassifolius over time
[Plots of numbers of papers mentioning Ceanothus crassifolius (filled column histogram and left hand axis scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (complete line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in box on the left hand side); Plots of a proportional micro index, derived from numbers of papers mentioning Ceanothus crassifolius as a proportion (scaled by multiplying by one million) of the total number of papers published for that year (broken line frequency polygon and right hand scale) and line of best fit, 1926 to 2006 (broken line, with equation and % variation accounted for, in broken line box on the right hand side)]
Total Mentions (Biological Abstracts/Biosis Previews):
Jacobsen AL, Pratt RB, Ewers FW, Davis SD (2007) Cavitation resistance among 26 chaparral species of southern California. Ecological Monographs 77, 99-115. Contact: Jacobsen, Anna L. ; Michigan State Univ, Dept Plant Biol, E Lansing, MI 48824 USA
Borchert M (2006) Seed fate of Marah macrocarpus (Cucurbitaceae) following fire: do seedlings recruit from rodent burrows? Ecological Research 21, 641-50. Contact: Borchert, Mark; US Forest Serv, Ojai Ranger Dist, Ojai, CA 93023 USA
de Koff JP, Graham RC, Hubbert KR, Wohlgemuth PM (2006) Prefire and postfire erosion of soil nutrients within a chaparral watershed. Soil Science 171, 915-28. Contact: Graham, Robert C. ; Univ Calif Riverside, Soil and Water Sci Program, Dept Environm Sci, Riverside, CA 92521 USA
Hubbert KR, Preisler HK, Wohlgemuth PM, Graham RC, Narog MG (2006) Prescribed burning effects on soil physical properties and soil water repellency in a steep chaparral watershed, southern California, USA. Geoderma 130, 284-98. Contact: Hubbert, K. R. ; Hubbert and Associates, 21610 Ramona Ave, Apple Valley, CA 92307 USA
Quideau SA, Graham RC, Oh SW, Hendrix PF, Wasylishen RE (2005) Leaf litter decomposition in a chaparral ecosystem, Southern California. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37, 1988-98. Contact: Quideau, S. A. ; Univ Alberta, Dept Renewable Resources, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E3, Canada
Weise DR, Zhou X, Sun L, Mahalingam S (2005) Fire spread in chaparral - 'go or no-go?' International Journal of Wildland Fire 14, 99-106. Contact: Weise, David R. ; Forest Fire LabPacific SW Res StnUSDA, US Forest Serv, 4955 Canyon Crest Dr, Riverside, CA, 92507, USA
Franklin J, Coulter CL, Rey SJ (2004) Change over 70 years in a southern California chaparral community related to fire history. Journal of Vegetation Science 15, 701-10. Contact: Franklin, Janet ; Dept Biol, San Diego State Univ, San Diego, CA, 98182, USA
Ewers FW, Lawson MC, Bowen TJ, Davis SD (2003) Freeze/thaw stress in Ceanothus of southern California chaparral. Oecologia (Berlin) 136, 213-9. Contact: Ewers, Frank W. ; Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 48824, USA
Boyd S, Keeley JE (2002) A new Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae) species from northern Baja California, Mexico. Madrono 49, 289-94. Contact: Boyd, Steve ; Keeley, Jon E.; Herbarium, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, 1500 N. College Ave., Claremont, CA, 91711, USA
Davis SD, Ewers FW, Sperry JS, Portwood KA, Crocker MC, Adams GC (2002) Shoot dieback during prolonged drought in Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae) chaparral of California: A possible case of hydraulic failure. American Journal of Botany 89, 820-8. Contact: Davis, Stephen D. ; Natural Science Division, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 90263-4321, USA
Meentemeyer RK, Moody A (2002) Distribution of plant life history types in California chaparral: The role of topographically-determined drought severity. Journal of Vegetation Science 13, 67-78. Contact: Meentemeyer, Ross K. ; Department of Geography, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, 94928-3609, USA
Peterson AC, Hendrix PF, Haydu C, Graham RC, Quideau SA (2001) Single-shrub influence on earthworms and soil macroarthropods in the southern California chaparral. Pedobiologia 45, 509-22. Contact: Hendrix, P. F. ; Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 30602, USA
Davis SD, Ewers FW, Wood J, Reeves JJ, Kolb KJ (1999) Differential susceptibility to xylem cavitation among three pairs of Ceanothus species in the Transverse Mountain Ranges of southern California. Ecoscience 6, 180-6. Contact: Davis, Stephen D. ; Natural Science Division, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 90263-4321, USA
Quideau SA, Graham RC, Chadwick OA, Wood HB (1999) Biogeochemical cycling of calcium and magnesium by ceanothus and chamise. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63, 1880-8. Contact: Quideau, S. A. ; Soil and Water Sci. Program Dep. of Environ. Sci., Univ. of California, Riverside, CA, 92521, USA
Quideau SA, Graham RC, Chadwick OA, Wood HB (1998) Organic carbon sequestration under chaparral and pine after four decades of soil development. Geoderma 83, 227-42. Contact: Quideau, S. A. ; Dep. Soil Environ. Sci., Univ. Calif., Riverside, CA 92521, USA
Portwood KA, Ewers FW, Davis SD, Sperry JS, Adams GC (1997) Shoot dieback in Ceanothus chaparral during prolonged drought: A possible case of catastrophic xylem cavitation. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78. Contact: Portwood, Kimberly A. ; Davis, Stephen D. ; Pepperdine Univ., Malibu, CA 90263, USA
Riggan PJ, Franklin SE, Brass JA, Brooks FE (1994) Perspectives on fire management in Mediterranean ecosystems of southern California. In 'Ecological Studies; The role of fire in Mediterranean-type ecosystems' pp. 140-62. (Springer-Verlag New York Inc.; Springer-Verlag)
Bytnerowicz A, Olszyk DM, Dawson PJ, Morrison L (1989) Effects of Air Filtration on Concentration and Deposition of Gaseous and Particulate Air Pollutants in Open-Top Field Chambers. Journal of Environmental Quality 18, 268-73. Contact: BYTNEROWICZ A ; STATEWIDE AIR POLLUTION RES CENT, UNIV CALIF, RIVERSIDE, CALIF 92521-0312, USA
Riggan PJ, Goode S, Jacks PM, Lockwood RN (1988) Interaction of Fire and Community Development in Chaparral of Southern California USA. Ecological Monographs 58, 155-76. Contact: RIGGAN P J ; PACIFIC SOUTHW FOREST RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION, USDA FOREST SERVICE, RIVERSIDE, CALIF 92507, USA
Bytnerowicz A, Miller PR, Olszyk DM (1987) Dry Deposition of Nitrate Ammonium and Sulfate to a Ceanothus-Crassifolius Canopy and Surrogate Surfaces. Atmospheric Environment 21, 1749-58. Contact: BYTNEROWICZ A ; STATEWIDE AIR POLLUTION RES CENTER, UNIV CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE, CALIF 92521, USA
Comstock JP, Mahall BE (1985) Drought and Changes in Leaf Orientation for 2 California USA Chaparral Shrubs Ceanothus-Megacarpus and Ceanothus-Crassifolius. Oecologia (Berlin) 65, 531-5. Contact: COMSTOCK J P ; DEP BIOLOGY, UNIV UTAH SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84112, USA
Pinto JD (1982) The Phenology of the Plant Bugs Hemiptera Heteroptera Miridae Associated with Ceanothus-Crassifolius in a Chaparral Community of Southern California USA. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 84, 102-10. Contact: PINTO J D; DEP ENTOMOLOGY, UNIV CALIF, RIVERSIDE, CALIF 92521, USA
Oechel WC, Lowell W, Jarrell W (1981) Nutrient and Environmental Controls on Carbon Flux in Mediterranean Shrubs from California USA. In 'Margaris, N. S. And H. A. Mooney (Ed.). Tasks for Vegetation Science, Vol. 4. Components of Productivity of Mediterranean-Climate Regions Basic and Applied Aspects; Proceedings of the International Symposium on Photosynthesis, Primary Production and Biomass Utilization in Mediterranean-Type Ecosystems, Kassandra, Greece, Sept. 13-15, 1980. Viii+279p. Dr W. Junk Publishers: The Hague, Netherlands (Dist. In the USA by Kluwer Boston, Inc.: Hingham, Mass.). Illus' pp. P51-60)
Debano LF, Eberlein GE, Dunn PH (1979) Effects of Burning on Chaparral Soils 1. Soil Nitrogen. Soil Science Society of America Journal 43, 504-9. Contact: DEBANO L F ; ROCKY MOUNT FOR RANGE EXP STN, FT COLLINS, COLO, USA
Dunn PH, Debano LF, Eberlein GE (1979) Effects of Burning on Chaparral Soils 2. Soil Microbes and Nitrogen Mineralization. Soil Science Society of America Journal 43, 509-14. Contact: DUNN P H ; ROCKY MOUNT FOR RANGE EXP STN, FT COLLINS, COLO, USA
Burk JH (1978) Seasonal and Diurnal Water Potentials in Selected Chaparral Shrubs. American Midland Naturalist 99, 244-8. Contact: BURK J H; DEP BIOL SCI, CALIF STATE UNIV, FULLERTON, CALIF 92634, USA
Keeley JE (1975) Longevity of Nonsprouting Ceanothus. American Midland Naturalist 93, 504-7.
Hannan LL (1974) An Intersectional Hybrid in Ceanothus. Madrono 22.
Qashu HK (1967) A Micro Digestion Procedure for the Determination of Aminoid Nitrogen in Plant Material Ceanothus-Crassifolius-D Adenostoma-Fasciculatum-D Kjeldahl Method Sealed Tube Procedure. Agronomy Journal 59, 486-7.
Grieve GJ, Went FW (1965) An electric hygrometer apparatus for measuring water vapor loss-from plants in the field. In 'Proceedings of an International Symposium on arid zone research, xxv: Methodology of plant eco-physiology, Montpellier, France, April, 1962' pp. 247-57. (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization)
Kittredge J (1955) Litter and forest floor of the chaparral in parts of the San Dimas Experimental Forest. California. Hilgardia 23, 563-96. Contact: U California, Berkeley
Kittredge J (1945) Some quantitative relations of foliage in the chaparral. Ecology 26, 70-3. Contact: California Agric. Exp. Sta., Berkeley
Horton JS, Wright JT (1944) The wood rat as an ecological factor in southern California watersheds. Ecology 25, 341-51. Contact: California Forest and Range Expt. Sta., Berkeley
McMinn HE (1944) The importance of field hybrids in determining species in the genus Ceanothus. Proc California Acad Sci 25, 323-56. Contact: Milk Coll.
Pequegnat WE (1944) A report upon the biota of the Santa Ana Mountains. Jour Ent and Zool 36, 1-9. Contact: Pomona Coll., Claremont, Calif.
Horton JS (1941) The sample plot as a method of quantitative analysis of chaparral vegetation in southern California. Ecology 22, 457-68. Contact: California Forest and Range Exp. Sta
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